Congratulations, Class of 2023!
As you navigate the days following graduation, the Campbell University Alumni Association and the Office of Alumni Engagement is happy to support your next steps as a college graduate. This page is dedicated to helping you make the transition from student to alumnus, in hopes that you will stay connected with your alma mater throughout the years. This is an exciting time of transition and change.
The Alumni Association connects alumni to the university and each other, in communities across the country. Membership is automatic and free. Below are some resources we’ve put together for you to make your transition from student to alumnus easier.
We’re so proud of you and your hard work and wish you the best of luck and many future successes.
New Alumnus Checklist
- Join CamelLink and connect with an alumni mentor within your career industry and local area. Join CamelLink →
- Stay updated with Campbell news and events by updating your contact information, including email addresses. Update your info →
- Utilize LinkedIn to connect with alumni. Follow our Office →
- Build your Campbell network within your local community. Join a network →
- Save the date for “Welcome to the City,” June 8! This annual event introduces new graduates to alumni in their cities. Find an event →
- Save the date for Homecoming, October 21! You’re always invited back to the Creek to celebrate your alumni status. View details →
- Let us celebrate with you – new job, wedding, baby announcements, etc. Submit your class note →
Speed Dating with Life
This Speed Dating with Life video series introduces Campbell alumni who have already paved the way on important topics that you may find helpful. Each of these short videos offers tips and advice on these topics.
- Understanding your benefits package – Suzy Nesbit, ’86
- The importance of professional development – Michael Little, ’06
- Tips for networking – Nolan Perry, ’13, ’16L
- How to make yourself stand out among the candidates – Richard Carden, ’19
- Financial planning for new grads – Knox Gibson, ’17
- Tips for new graduates – Jillian Summers, ’16